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city police officer over the weekend will sur time of the mary bubala has more. >> jimmy lucas is on life support at shock trauma. he was shot multiple times after police responded to a home invasion. police said lucas and steven grant were standing by a car, grant was warm armed but ran away when police approached. lucas pulled out an assault rifle. when he refused to drop it the officer shot him. the officer is on paid administrative leave pending a full investigation. >> police didn't catch up with the second man who ran away. >>> baltimore county investigators are working to identify a body found dundalk in the 7300 block of berk sure road. because it is so badly decomposed, police aren't sure if it's a male or female. >>> the trial of three men accused of killing council man ken harris gets underway today. harris was shot outside the haven lounge. charles mcganey, gary collins and jerome williams have been charged. >>> the couple accused of killing a johns hopkins researchers indicted on first- degree-murder charges. the woman and her boyfriend are charged with stabbing th
with, 30-year-old jimmy lucas pulled out a 22 caliber assault rifle. >> the officers gave a verbal command to drop the weapon, he does not obey. he was shot multiple times in the upper body. >> oh my god, an assault rifle? wow. no, >> i'm shocked. >> this is a military style weapon. it's classified an assault rifle according to detectives. as soon as he pulled that gun on the officers, he left us no choice. >> reporter: both grant and lucas have lengthy criminal records, including handgun charges. by the time police caught up with grant, they say he ditched the gun which has not been found. now, right now police are still investigating the shooting. meanwhile, the officer who shot lucas is on paid administrative leave. don, back to you. >>> thank you, very much, andrea. we expect to learn more about that officer later today or tomorrow. >>> a city man is facing murder charges in connection with a stabbing spree at a high school reunion. police say james dixon stabbed eight people in brooklyn on friday night. 10 years of graduates were in attendance when it happened. >> i saw a guy
-old northwest baltimore man who was shot by police is not expected to live. jimmy lucas pulled out assault rifle and aimed it at two officers when they showed up on augusta avenue sunday responding to calls of suspicious people in the area. >> the officer gives the verbal command to drop the weapon, the suspect does not obey the command and shot multiple times in the upper body. >> reporter: another man steven grant ran away and was caught. >> they are no strangers to the system and law enforcement. >> reporter: lucas has several handgun violations and theft on his record. grant has drug and handgun arrests the officer who fired will be named 48 hours after the shooting according to policy. he was not hurt. >> this is a military style weapon. it's classified as an assault rifle according to detectives. as soon as he pulled the gun he left us no choice. >> reporter: police are still looking for a handgun they say steven grant was holding when he ran away from this scene. he has not been formally charged with anything and we do not know how many times police fired. homicide is investigating. kelly
got there, they found streef!! stephen antan gry lucas standing to a parked car. police say when the officers approached the men, grant took off, but lucas stayed and puuled rifle and point it had at the officers. some neighbors, ttough, are questioning whether thh shooting waa justified. >> thh gun was brandished toward the officer. he gave a command for the suspect to drop the weapon immediately. weapon and hh opened fire. >> i didn't see no rifle. >> lucas was shot several times nearby hospitaa. he issnot expected to live. officers eventually ccught grant trying to get into his home a few blocks away. the officer who fired his gun is a 3 year veteran of the southwest district patrol unit. he is now on administrative leaveeuntil an investigation is -omplete. >>> the 3 men accused of guuning down former city councilmen ken3 harris are expected to go to trial today..3 charles mcganey, gary col littlee!ollinsand jerome williag kent was killed following a robbery at a jazz club at northeast baltimore. -everal times in order to review a large amount of dna evidence. >>> a recent ras
avenue and rokeby road when officers got therr, they found stephen grant, and 30-yeer-old jimmy lucas standing next to a parked ccr. >> police say when the officersú tried to approach the men, grant took off..3 style assault rifle, and pointed at the officers. >> gun was brandished toward the officer, he gave a command to the suupect to drop the two the suspect did not drop it. he opened fire. >> lucas was shot multiple times in the upper body. taken to a neaaby hospital. but is not expected to live. as for grant, officers say they eventually indicateehim trying to get into his home a few blocks away they say he too haa a gun. ú%ich they are still looking for. >> both of these ndividuals are no stranger to policee >> both lucas and grant have lengthy criminal records, drugs, and hands gun violatiin. >> i didn't see no rifle. %-was justifieddtion whether it >> they should have shot them in they were holding the gun. instead of shot them up, you know, in the chest, and the stomach. >> others believe police did the right thing. >> if that's what they are sayyng happened, i am almost 1
showed up for a 911 call but police ended up shooting his gun. lucas took out a gun and aimed it at officers. >> the suspect does not obey the verbal command, he is shot multiple times on the body. >> i'm not that surprised, police shooting people. they're going to come and do it again, shoot another person. >> reporter: both men have handgun violations among other arrests in the past. >> there are no strangers to the system and no stranger to law enforcement. >> reporter: grant was carrying a handgun but they haven't found it yet. lucas is not expected to survive. homicide is now investigating the shooting. >> this is a military style weapon. it's an assault rifle, as soon as he pulled the gun on the officer he left us no choice. >> reporter: lucas did not fire the assault rifle, so the officer has not been hurt and he has been placed on paid leave as is routine. kelly mcpherson. >> reporter: grant has not been charged with anything tonight. >>> a two alarm fire leaves a baltimore county family without their home tonight. firefighters say that no one was hurt luckily when the
was responding to a call at gwynn falls park. kim dac joins us live with more. >> jimmy lucas was in critical condition. police did not expect him to survive. it happen to a clock 30 on sunday morning. two officers responded just south of gwynn falls park for a home invasion. officers attempted to question two people. lucas pointed a high-powered rifle at the officers. one of the officers shot him several times in the upper body. >> this is a military-style weapon. it is an assault rifle. as soon as he pulled that gun on the officers, he left us no choice. >> the man who ran away from the scene, steven grant, was later arrested. the officer has been placed on routine administrative leave. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. the trough for the three men accused of gunning down ken harris is expected to happen later today. the three men are all charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of harassed during an attempted robbery back in september, 2008. the trough was supposed to have started in january but was postponed. police are searching for the suspect in a home invasion. i
. >> at last check, jimmy lucas was in critical condition. this happened on sunday. two officers responded just south of gwynn falls park for a home invasion. the officers attempted to question two people. lucas pointed a gun at the officers. he was told to put it down but did not obey it. one of the officers shot him several times in the upper body. >> this is a military-style weapon. it is classified as an assault weapon. he left us no choice. >> the band who ran away, steven grant, was later arrested. the officer involved has been placed on routine administrative leave. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. 68 degrees on tv hill. the birth rate in the panetta stays is at its lowest level in a century. >> many parents are over medicating their children. we cover the medical alert. this is a live view of traffic at the beltway. more violent as we check traffic. we will take a closer look at >> welcome back. it is coming up on 5:39. 76 degrees -- an extra two minutes might help. 76 degrees downtown of the maryland science center. it is going to be hot. that is the major weather story for us
. jimmy lucas was in critical condition. police say he is not expected to survive. the shooting happened sunday morning. two officers reported just south of gwynn falls park for the report of a home invasion. once on the scene, police attempted to question two people. one of the man pointed a high- at the oweapon officers. >> this is a military-style weapon. it is classified as an assault weapon. he left us no choice. >> the man who ran away from the scene, steven grant, was later arrested. the homicide unit investigates. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. police have yet to say what set class stabbing at a reunion. james dixon is charged with attempted murder after he allegedly pulled a knife at a fight saturday evening. carrington mcnutt was one of nine people stabs and the only one who was fatally injured. >> security guards were able to point out people involved and possible suspects. we had one person that we are questioning. >> all the other stabbing victims are expected to some 5. >> people from various neighborhoods are gathered in southeast baltimore to stand in solidarit
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, but the nation's long search for justice and reconciliation. >> filmmaker george lucas and new york mayor michael bloomberg are among 40 american billionaires' who signed up to give the least half their wealth to charity in response to a campaign by warren buffett and microsoft's bill gates. matthew price reports from new york. amity billionaires' were handpicked by this man, warren buffett. the investor who had already promised to give 99% of his wealth to charity. now over dinner, he explained he wanted others to do the same. carnegie hall is perhaps one of the better known monument to american deland derby, a tradition that extends back many years and across many of this country's super rich families. organizers of this new initiative hope in these economic hard times that it will inspire plenty of others to start giving away their cash. >> movie maker george lucas has pledged to give up at least $1.5 billion. media mogul ted turner promises around $900 million. new york mayor michael bloomberg, $9 billion. and what they have no reason to be worried about their future, and i think it is great
- old steven grant ran away, but james lucas refused police orders to drop the rifle he was holder. an officer fired hitting lucas multiple times. the officer is on routine administrative leave. grant was arrested later at home and faces charges including assault and resisting arrest. >>> a couple has been indicted in the stabbings of a johns hopkins university researcher as he was walking home in the charles village last month. 34-year-old john wagner and 24- year-old navella were indicted last week by a grand jury. they have been held without bail since late july and will be arraigned september 24 charging documents show the couple bragged about the crime and that shoes, a wallet, and pitcairn's iphone were found in their nearby home. : authorities say they caught up with the suspect in a fatal shuting at a home in baltimore. on saturday, police responded to a reporting shooting at a home on lexwood drive in lexington park, where they found a 22-year-old man shot in the head. he later died at the hospital. officials say 24-year-old andrew carter of lexington park faces first-degr
suspect, james lucas apparently had a .22 caliber assault rifle. police ordered him to drop it, but he refused. so an officer fired hitting lucas several times. investigators said the officer is on routine administrative leave. grant was later arrested at his home. >>> a gruesome discovery after a decomposing body is found next to a house. the body was found sunday night in the 7300 block of birkshire road. it was tucked into a small batch of bushes next to the air- conditioning unit. the body could have been there for days. >> right now, we believe it to be a male. we don't have an age on it. could be an adult, we aren't 100% sure, but because of the decomposition, we are waiting for the findings of an autopsy being performed today by the chief medical examiner's office. there does not appear detectives that foul play is involved. however, we don't know that 100%. >> folks who live in the neighborhood are stunned by this considering where the body was discovered. >>> well hurricane earl isturing up water and worry tonight. the u.s. islands are under a hurricane watch as earl has gro
when the officers approached the men, grant tookk% off but lucas stayed and pulled out a miliiary style assault riile poyngt ittat the officers. >> gun was braa dished towards the officers. gave a command to the uspect to drrp the weapon immediately. suspect opened fire.the weapon and he >> i ain't seen no rifle. ain't seen no rifle. >>reporter: lucas is not expected to live. the officer who fired his gun is a three year veteran. >>> after a week of more mild temperatures the hot weather is back. baltimooe is unddr a down tonight on fair goers. vytas? >>reporrer: yes it is a very yyu, it is one of the hot days as the heat returned from the -úsouth but it doesn't stop folk from his coming out hhre. we have a pretty good crowd of meander and enjoy the musicto and food but the temperatures rate now as we look at the map are in the 90's. we see low to mid 90's across the state and of course that doesn't much. so we have air quality problems across the state so 90's as well but it will climb potentially as we go through the evening hours. temperatures aren't done úarming through
with jimmy lucas pulled out a 22 caliber assault rifle. when he didn't drop the gun he was shot multiple times. by the time police caught up with grant, he ditched the gun which has not been found. the officer who shot lucas is on paid administrative leave. >>> the search should be resuming for a missing swimmer in ocean city. on saturday night the man was in the ocean with friends when he was caught by the rip current from hurricane danielle. dangerous rip currents forced the ocean city beach patrol to rescue hundreds of swimmers over the weekend. >>> baltimore county investigators are trying to identify a body found in dundalk last night in the 7300 block of berkshire road. police cannot tell if it's a man or woman at this point. investigators say it has been there for at least a week. >>> a city man facing murder charges in connection with a stabbing rampage at a high school reunion. police say 28-year-old james dixon stabbed eight people at the wallbrook high school reunion in brooklyn saturday night. stay with wjz 13, maryland's ,,, >>> we are at the corner of 59th and 5th. >> come
to seize the initiative by calling an early vote. >> hollywood filmmaker george lucas and the new york mayor michael bloomberg are among 40 u.s. billionaires' who signed up to give at least half their wealth to charity. this came in response to a campaign by philanthropists warren buffett and bill gates. matthew price reports from new york. >> the billionaires' were handpicked by warren buffett, the investor who had already promised to give 99% of his wealth to charity. over dinner, he explained he wanted others to do the same. carnegie hall is one of the better known monument to american philanthropy, a tradition that extends back many years and across many of this country's super rich families. the organizers of this new initiative hope in these economic hard times that it will inspire plenty of others to start giving away their cash. >> movie maker george lucas has pledged to give up at least $1.50 million. ted turner is promising $900 million. new york mayor michael bloomberg promised $9 billion. >> they have no reason to worry about their future. i think it is great that are willi
and everybody in the area are at danger. >> reporter: lucas was taken to life trauma, still in critical condition, police say if lucas survives he faces multiple charges. back to you. >> jessica, thank you. the officer who shot lucas is three year veteran of the force and is temporarily on administrative leave. >>> when neighbors asked her husband, first he told them that allergies kept her inside, then later she said she was on a trip. the husband said he hasn't seen his wife since march but never filed a missing persons report. >> he would bring dinner every night, and she would always be there to meet him. and we haven't seen her the last two to three months. >> investigators searched the couples home, they have now named him a person of interest in this case. >>> in a surprise move, vice president joe biden is in iraq tonight. the vice president arrived in baghdad to must the final conclusion of the war in iraq. he's also there to talk to the new government of iraq. >>> and bp is stopping work for the next few days to remove a piece of equipment. it'll be a few days since engineers
. lucas was armed with a .22 caliber assault rifle. >> an assault rifle goes above and beyond. it's a military style weapon where rapid fire becomes possible. >> reporter: detective donny moses says assault rifles are increasingly more common on city streets. automatic rifles like this one up the ante. >> they expel bullets around at a much quicker rate than say a regular handgun. once you press on that trigger one time with the assault weapon, the potential for four and five rounds to come out in a second is there. >> reporter: police say the weapon of choice among violent offenders are handguns. >> with the rapid fire, not only are the people in the line of target at more danger, but also with the rapid fire everybody and anybody in the area is at danger. >> reporter: police say if lucas is eventually discharged from the hospital, he faces multiple charges. this isn't the first time he could face charges, over the past decades wjz has learned that lucas has been charged at least 12 times with everything ranging from gun violations and weapon violations to domestic abuse. i'm je
a suspicious person. they arrived to find james lucas armed. he was shot after pointing a rifle at an officer. investigators say a second person was also arrested. >> the trial of three men charged with a former city councilman was on today. david collins explains. these three men are charged with the murder of a former city council mayor in 2008. it happened in a jazz club in northeast baltimore. police linked him to the crime through dna evidence. it is accused the police brought it up through false pretenses. >> the officers gave him permission but they wanted it for a different reason. how can the judge make a correct decision. >> harris stopped by the lounge to the use the restroom. three masked men ambushed him as he walked by. harris bolted for his car and was shot in the upper back in the shot -- crashed into a curve. -- crashed into a curb. this mask was recovered near the crime scene. video surveillance from a business neighbor captured the suspects before the shooting. one of them is carrying the mask. prosecution is prepared to call several witnesses. >>> the defense tried to have
-old james lucas was shot several times in just after he confronted police with is semanick a kemetic rifle -- semi-automatic rifle. police say he did not comply with demands to put down his but -- weapons. >> this is a military-style weapon. it is classified as an assault rifle, according to detectives. as soon as he pulled the gun on investigators, -- on detectives, you left us no choice. the officer -- what's the officer fired the shots has been placed on routine administrative leave. -- >> the officer who fired the shots has been placed on routine administrative leave. 21-year-old droll's mangini and gearing -- kerry collins and 17- year-old jerome williams are all charged with first-degree murder. investigators say that harris was shot to death when they tried to rob and in 2008. in a live report on this tonight at 5:00 p.m. and stand in solidarity against crime targeting latinos. members of baltimore's hispanic community have a unity march yesterday. it comes after a rash of violent attacks on latinos. but to those that are persecuting our people and following them, -- >> to those tha
that gun on officers, he left us no choice. >> lucas is not expected to survive, having been shot in the upper body. the officer involved has been placed on administrative leave as the homicide unit investigates. a stand against violence tonight, focusing on the most recent attacks on the city's hispanic population. we are live in southeast baltimore tonight with the very latest. >> the police department has promised to step up patrols here in southeast and improve its relationship with a large hispanic population here. now, religious leaders say is their turn to step up. people of all communities and creeds gathered at the episcopal church for a service and for a symbol of solidarity with the hispanic community. this following a series of violent attacks targeting the group and southeast baltimore. >> show some tolerance for each other, and do not make a racial or ethnic. >> the plight of anyone it culture is really the plight of all of us. -- the plight of any one culture. >> some of the attacks ended up as murders, including one of a honduras immigrant who moved here to support
claims he fired his officer after james lucas fired and pointed his gun at him. this happen in southwest baltimore. investigators have arrested a second suspect. >> the man accused of killing one person remains in police custody. james dixon is accused of stabbing people addict high school we in. dixon faces first-degree murder and various assault charges. all of those who were injured are expected to survive. >> a police chase and after 8:00 p.m. last night pratt street in west baltimore. officers began falling a suspicious vehicle. the driver sped up. the driver of the mta bus was taken to the hospital. the driver of the stolen vehicle is in police custody. >> ocean city beach patrol is bracing for hurricane earl. 500 rescues were made because of the effective tropical storm danielle. people are being warned to watch the storm closely. we explained the safest way to get an of the riptide situation. you can find that information and our website, wbaltv.com. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. as the threat of hurricane earl major change your holiday plans? you can e-
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, before, after they die. and with new york city mayor, mayor blumberg, stork george lucas, and ted turner-- star wars creator. and how to donate their 1/2 would be donated to a matter to charity. and how much are we talking about? they estimate that this could be a $600 billion in charitable donations. and that is almost double the amount of total charitable contributions. and businesses, and 2009. since launching this in june, his wife has look pledged 20% of the richest americans to making this commitment does 20%, and now, they're even asking in china. and reporting from york. >> of meg whitman will not be joining and ahead with her gop candidate for governor says scott she and her husband have already made substantial contributions to their own charitable foundations. she is worth $1.3 billion. and six time eating championship, is out of the clear after being arrested last month. he says it will drop the charges. he was obtained on july 4th term in a tensduring te nathan's eating contest. and we will be right back, a lot more news ahead. >> reactions are still pouring in for the calif
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george lucas and new york mayor michael bloomberg. >>> andiest president obama requested that a controversial u.s. air force commander have his rank be restored to general. he was demoted to major general and forced to retire after being accused of ordering unauthorized bombing raids on vietnam. it was later revealed he was acting on orders of then president richard knicks on. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 10,680 after gaining 44 points. the s&p was up 6, and the nasdaq added 20. taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo the nikkei rose 164 points whine this hong kong the hang seng-inched up a point. >>> wall street got back in the black on wednesday. the market started cooking after payroll company adp said private employers added more jobs in july than forecast. that boosted optimism for traders skittish ahead of tomorrow's monthly unemployment numbers from the government. adding to that confidence, a separate report shows the service sector grew better than expected in july. priceline led in e
of the empire strikes back. it will feature creator george lucas. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc's meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning to you, bill. are you a star wars fan? >> i was. think i still am. i like the older movies though, you know, like when we were growing up. >>> let's talk about this heat wave because this was the big story yesterday. along with the thunderstorms that went through the d.c. area, those were pretty bad too. but the heat is covering so much of the country, and this is the end of it. for many areas you're going to get your cooldown later tonight with your thunderstorms. kansas city to st. louis, all of the state of missouri, you're going to get your needed relief after today. further to the south, you'll probably have to wait a little bit longer. look at this today, 100 degrees expected. st. louis, columbia, almost all of st. louis missouri should be near or around 100. our friends in dallas are going do it again. you notice the heat still spreads all the way down to the ohio valley
, and george lucas. it is not just the wealthiest who are enjournalled to -- encouraged to join them but anyone else who can give and it will make a different. >> is that the gates foundation or a different organization. >> it is not really an organization but just a drive. >> good for them and others as well. >> and good for others that will benefit from it. >> when friday and saturday get here it will be good for us that we don't have to deal with the threat of thunderstorms and heat and humidity we will have today. today will not be a great day. a heat advisory at 11:00 a.m. this morning. covers everybody east of the mountains. in the mountains a little cooler there. still a hot sticky day, you will have thunderstorms but not don't have the heat advisory. for us to get in to a heat warning we would have a heat index at 110 and it won't be that oppressive n. the 80s by 9:00. 93 at noon and by 5:00 p.m. 90 with thunderstorms around. if we don't get the storms instead of mid-90s we could be upper 90s with storms taken longer to move in. warm and muggy. could be an isolated shower or thunderstor
tud -- ted turner and george lucas. >>> get ready for serious heat tomorrow. devon is back with your full forecast and a storm watch. >>> but first thousands turn out for health care free of charge. we're going to take you to this megaclinic next. >>> back on 9 news now with a look at more than 100 volunteers who helped renovate a maternal center in d.c. mary's center for maternal and childcare helps provide social services to low income families in the city. today volunteers helped with the supplies and fresh coat of paint inside and house. >>> and the washington convention center turned into a massive doctor's office for the uninsured. organizers with the national association of free clinics say they saw 1200 to 1300 people just today with medical needs that might not have been met. >> number 123 to see a nurse. >> reporter: evelyn jones and her children are waiting for their number to be call dod see a physician for -- called to see a physician for free because her husband lost his job. >> it was just a wonderful opportunity to get health care for my children while we're in this t
, oracle's larry ellison is on board, so is movie director george lucas. while they're not heading to some fabulous retreat or movie opening, they are joining a pretty exclusive club. they're answering a call by warren buffett and bill and melinda gates to pledge the majority of their fortunes to charity. so far, 40 billionaires have taken "the giving pledge." ellison's fortune is estimated at $28 billion. he was already giving millions to charity privately. i bet a lot of people would like to make that same pledge. >> jeff: t.boon pickin's said i like making money more, but giving it away is a close second. that's "nightly business report" for wednesday, august 4th. this is the time of year your public television station seeks your support. >> support that makes programs like "nightly business report" possible. >> jeff: thank you for joining us, and don't forget to support your public television station. good night, everyone, good night, suzanne. >> suzanne: good night, jeff. i'm suzanne pratt, and we'll see all of you again tomorrow evening. "nightly business report" is made possible by:
bloomberg and director, "star wars" director, george lucas. today. we hhd the ornado warnings. it has been hot and humiddout there. but i understand the weekend is shaping up to look goodd go over to chief meteorologist vytas reid with the latest fooecast. vytas, it is good? >> big changes coming our way. what a busy afternoon with the strong storms pushing through the area it looks like for the most part it has quietee down tonight still is a weak line back northwest of some showers and thunderstorms. but, i think, that should breakkp through the overnight. still a slight chance for some to work through the state. but looking at 77 degrees. and it looks like we have clouds breaking over the state. winds out of the southwest at 10. and humidity levees at 88 percent. so still a little humid. -ut secondary front will continue to push our way and cool it off. almanac page tells the storr of the day. how hot? 93. and 74 this morning. and precipitation was cattered. depending on where you were. some folks got heavier showers than others as the line of showers pushed through. 78 in baltimore ri
half of their assets to charity and philanthropy. george lucas, michael bloomberg and media mogul ted turner were among the 40 who said they will sign the pledge. i like that. >> yeah. that's a big deal. >> uh-huh. >> stormy weather tonight and didn't see much of it where i was. i guess we had it elsewhere. >> i line that fell apart. we will see two more clusters that fell apart and it will be early. for the afternoon tomorrow. we have a lot going on on top of that. a reminder of how awfully hot and unrelenting the samer has been. we are looking at more high heat for tomorrow. take a look at today where we had lightning with the storms that moved through. this line came through our area between 7:30 and about 8:30. it fell apart. a little bit of lightning in areas that did get good rain. 90 for the high today. yesterday we ended that stretch when we were in the 80s and the first time we got a chance to do that since mid-june. it's 80 right now with a heat index of 83 degrees. the dew points have come down with the storms moving through. forecast for tomorrow, we will have a few linger
, commissioners. luca brian. we wanted to weigh in on this. i think it is a bit of a monument to the reaction of the action that occurred. i detected from the speaker whose fire was affected some emotional backlash from what happened to him, which is very understandable, but we would caution ourselves not to let emotions said in and dictate decisions that we make. i would like to investigate this a little bit more. i have been around job sites for many years, putting on routes myself. -- roofs myself. fortunately i have not had an incident like this. be reminded, commissioners, that it is not the torch that was responsible for the fire. it is the use are flying the torch and using the device, as well as the manager involved. not the process. that would be a much more appropriate decision to take, to say we just manage it. -- ban it. cars blame people every year -- cars kill people every year, but we blame the people, not the cars. this is not an epidemic that we are dealing with, it is being overblown. a slight reaction to a situation looking for a problem. at best i would recommend a recomme
billionaires larry ellison and star wars creator george lucas have signed on. buffett says so far those who have said no are billionaires that inherited most of their wealth. >>> a western michigan man is praising his dog for eating his big toe saying it saved his life. he stubbornly refused to see a doctor for his infected toe and he was hiding it from his wife who is a nurse. two weeks ago when his wife, rosy, got her citizenship they celebrated a little too much which left jerry pseasd out. he woke up with a bloody foot, nine toes and a guilty dog. >> he's a hero. he just ate tin fedex. so he saved my life because i probably never would have went in. >> he chued off t-- he chewed of the infected part. he knew where to stop. >> just to the first knuckle, where the toenail bed is, gone, bone and everything. >> okay, we know it's dinnertime. because of his dog, jerry now knows he's diabetic and he's given up drinking. >> and our top stories, prop 8, overturned. what this droid does will change how you do movies. with blockbuster on demand, this does hit films on a 4.3-inch screen so big, th
" creator george lucas. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc's meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning to you, bill. i saw you watching that video, r 2 d 2. i know you go every year. >> i don't go every year. i've never been. but i do love the movies. i'm a sucker, when they put them on on the weekends, they do a trilogy, all three, i find myself five hours later still needing to do the laundry. >>> yesterday we saw hot conditions in the middle of the country. things are going to change this weekend of the heat that's been in the middle of the nation is going to begin to expand to the west. we saw that yesterday in phoenix where it was 110. we're going to see pretty extreme heat even by phoenix standards by the upcoming weekend. it was 103 in vegas. we started getting warmer. sacramento 89, downtown l.a. 78. the heat is going to expand to all locations except the immediate california coast, especially next week. maybe monday, tuesday, wednesday before they begin to cool it off on thursday and friday. here is how we're looking.
, cable 12. dennis o'donnell will bring you the game from lucas oil stadium. >>> having fun in indy. >> bizarre move with the glenn coffee retirement. if it's heart's not in it, gotta go. >> great story. >>> coming up tonight at 10:00 on the cw and 11:00 on cbs 5, a crisis at one bay area animal shelter. why so many cats are being put up to adoption and the incentive to give one a good home. >>> that will do it for this edition of eyewitness news. see you back here at 11:00. your latest news and weather is always on cbs5.com. have a great evening. fire is ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
davis and kim coyle bringing you the game from lucas oil stadium. >> are they all out there? >> ready to go, producers and everything. >> good to be a sports person, huh? >> yeah. >> great time offer. >> nice travel. >> fun day today, too, for giants fans. they had to have this game. they would have been 4.5 back and they were talk sweet, talking tough going into the weekend. needed to get that one today. >> awesome. thank you so much, dave. >>> well, that's it for the eyewitness news at 5:30. in a half hour and at 10:00 and 11:00. have a great saturday. caption colorado, l.l.c. comments@captioncolorado.com >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
day on location tonight. athletes from lucas. and there will be a interview with the quarterback. it is pre-season, niners will take what they can get. and they beat the colts. >>> it is a big deal to have the sports department there in indiana. >> let me tell you, everyone else is on a plane on the way home now. i have to stick around to do the show. i'm the last man standing in indianapolis. >> we'll see you tomorrow. >>> tonight at 10 on the cw, 65 million year old puzzle in the valley. trying to bring may be the largest predator back to life. see you then. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ our real l pastime? saving money. and like baseball people love their stats. i started bringing my lunch to work -- 50 bucks a week in my pocket. here's a good one: state farm insures 40 million drivers. more than geico and progressive combined. i saved because i'm accident-free. of course, with so many ways to save including discounts of up to 40%, having that many customers shouldn't be a surprise. so ask a neighbor about state farm, then call an agent at 1-800-state-farm they had 30 people and an idea. m
'm getting old now and i just thought it would be nice. >> where i tried to escape. >> reporter: robert lucas said he felt trepidation returning to alcatraz on this anniversary. >> looks probably about the same. >> reporter: the former prisoner has not set foot on the rock since 1959. today he shared his story with fascinated tourists. >> if i can get it out. i'm not used to talking in front of people. >> reporter: but talking is what the parks service hopes these alumni will do. albright put his story to paper and suggested former prisoner lucas do the same and share his history of alcatraz. >> i told him you better write a book, because once you're gone all the memories are gone. >> reporter: the park service estimates there are less than 80 inmates and guards, former inmates and guards of alcatraz still alive. >>> napa county's district attorney is urging residents to report cases of elder abuse. the county's offering training segs to educate the public on how to recognize and report elder abuse. the d.a. stresses the person reporting the abuse may be the only person to know about it. repo
say when the officers approached thh men grant took off but lucas stayed and pulled out a millitary style assault officers. ssmm neighbors were questioning whether the shootinggwas justified. >> the gun was brandished toward the officers. the gave a command to the -uspect to drop he gun immediately. the suspect didn't obey and shots were fired. >> i didn't see no rifle. ú% lucas was shot several times in the upper body and was taken to the hospital.3 heeissnot expected to ive. >> officers caught grant trying blocks away. the fficcr who fired his gun is ú%3 year veteran of he southwest district atrol unit. he is on administrative leave until an investigation is >>> a drivee loses control sending a car flying into a set of traah bins. the car swerved on brock bridge road before hitting tte bins. the accident ended up trapping a man and a woman inside of the vehiile. several witnesses stopped to help.ú >> hey told us not to move them, but we did encourage them and say everything was going to be okay. >> both people in the ar were taken o shock trauma. one ad to be flown the
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